Cover Reveal!

Heeere’s Myrtle!

Sharing the cover with you. I hope you like it.

Myrtle the Purple Turtle will be released in October.

Big thanks to illustrator-designer Jo Robinson.

Myrtle Book Cover

 

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100 responses to “Cover Reveal!

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  2. Myrtle has a very sweet face, already an attraction! Best of luck! (in advance.)

    • I thought so too, Jeanne. Jo brought our family’s ‘dream Myrtle’ to life. As you’ll see in my post next week, it’s why I had to make sure my family liked Jo’s rendition of her. And they loved it! (Whew!)

  3. Ron Baker

    Good morning Cynthia Love the cover! 😊 Myrtle is really cute. Cheers Ron

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  4. Cynthia, I love the cover!! Myrtle is adorable! Well done, Jo! Good luck with the release next Month! 😀😀

  5. I love it, Cynthia! Myrtle is absolutely adorable!

  6. When in October??? How can we pre-order??? Where will it be sold??? Inquiring minds want to know!!!

  7. Adorable cover. Kids will love it.

  8. Adorable! Congratulations, Cynthia.

  9. Georgeina

    Congratulations! Myrtle is adorable and I look forward to reading about her. Will there be a sequel?

  10. Divine! Love the colors and look forward to the story!

  11. Susan Glazier

    Adorable, and the colours are beautifully vibrant! Eye catching… The kids will love Myrtle!

  12. It is a delight. Myrtle’s expression especially.

  13. Beautiful cover, Cynthia and Jo. 👍

  14. She is adorable! I love the way she is framed by flowers and the reds just pop. Best wishes!

  15. Wendy Boothman

    Super cute – well done and wishing you the very best of luck with Myrtle.

  16. Sandra Walton- Ball

    A great colourful cheery cover! I love it & the kids will too!

  17. That is absolutely charming Cynthia – Congratulations! ❤

  18. paulabert

    Looking forward to meeting Myrtle.

  19. Oh she’s such a sweetie, great cover Cynthia 🙂

  20. I want to swoop her up and hug her. Love the font.

  21. Laurie Graves

    So bright and cute!

  22. A lovely, sweet turtle, Cynthia! I wish I could have read this book as a child. 🙂

  23. Kev

    Excellent, Cynthia. I’ll reblog this later next week!

  24. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    A fantastic cover reveal by Cynthia Reyes of her new book.. Illustrated by Jo Robinson and released in October.. a definite book for children of all ages..

  25. Murtagh's Meadow

    She looks adorable 🙂

  26. Bella david Allen

    I love it already!

  27. It’s a really cute cover. Myrtle is so very cute.

    • Thanks. I had an idea of what she looked like when I first wrote the story but it took 27 years to actually see a painting of her. It occurs to me that you, with your wonderful talents as an illustrator and writer, can paint the picture right away.

      • Thank you for that, but I find coming up with a character idea very painstaking and difficult. Like drilling through rock. The fun part for me is after it’s gone through its initial development. It sounds like your illustrator really captured what you were looking for.

  28. Love it Cynthia! Huge congrats! 🙂 x

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  30. This looks gorgeous. I look forward to hearing more about it.

  31. Myrtle is gorgeous! Well done Cynthia and Jo 😀

  32. Lee C.

    Myrtle will make a wonderful gift. Just in time for the holidays. Cheers!

  33. Fantastic cover, Cynthia and Jo! Best of luck in October!

  34. Kev

    Reblogged this on BOOKS & MUSIC and commented:
    Let’s hear it for Cynthia’s latest cover reveal!

  35. Just amazingly gorgeous, Cynthia. Jo did a beautiful job for you. 🙂

  36. What a beautiful, eye-catching cover! Best of luck with your book, Cynthia.

  37. Je découvre ce blog et cette Tortue violette et je tombe sous le charme.
    Je décide de m’abonner et de rebloguer pour la faire connaître à un plus large public, elle le mérite!
    Pour la petite histoire, j’habite à Toulouse en France et Toulouse est appelée la ville rose pour la couleur de ses façades de brique, et aussi la cité des violettes où ces si jolies fleurs poussent en abondance.

  38. What a fun, inviting and creative cover. Love it! Great nephews Jude and Rohan will be getting a copy of this!

  39. How adorable, congratulations!

  40. Carl Randall

    A very interesting approach to your cover selection!

    I guess the kids know best!

  41. Oh, Cynthia!! She is adorable!
    I love the story of how your story of Myrtle came to be. Such an inspiration!
    Blessings~

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